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The Resource Religion, society, and utopia in nineteenth-century America, Ira L. Mandelker

Religion, society, and utopia in nineteenth-century America, Ira L. Mandelker

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Religion, society, and utopia in nineteenth-century America
Title
Religion, society, and utopia in nineteenth-century America
Statement of responsibility
Ira L. Mandelker
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1952-
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Mandelker, Ira L.
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Collective settlements
  • Oneida Community
Label
Religion, society, and utopia in nineteenth-century America, Ira L. Mandelker
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [163]-176
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Religious utopia and the tension between religion and world -- 1. Introduction -- Max Weber and the tension between religion and world -- Religious organization and the relationship between ideal and material interests -- The new sacred history: postmillennial progressivism and the unification of religion and world -- The tension between religion and world in nineteenth-century America and the Oneida Community's utopian experiment -- Part II: Protestantism and society in the United States -- 2. The tension between religion and economy -- The contradictions of Puritan colonial life: the jeremiad, "vocation," and economic activity -- The Puritan commonwealth vs. secular economic individualism -- The North's industrial explosion, 1790-1860 -- Juggling the Christian calling and laissez-faire political economy -- The second Great Awakening and the contradiction of "Christian" capitalism -- The economic ideology of John Humphrey Noyes -- 3. Religion and democracy -- American Protestantism and democracy: the convergence of ideals -- American Protestantism and democracy: antinomianism, revivalism, and the free individual -- Antimasonry: the democratic ideal fed with religious intensity -- Aristocracy and inequality in New York State: the tension between religious and democratic ideals and political life -- New York State politics and the religious undercurrent of democratic reform -- Democratic theocracy: the political thought of John Humphrey Noyes -- 4. The tension between religion and sex, women, and the family -- The tension between sex and religion: Puritanism's sexual ambivalence -- American Victorianism, revivalism, and the tension between sex and religion -- Religion, sex, and asociality -- Women's roles and the tension between religion and world -- Religion and the family: the tension between American Protestantism and secular social change -- 5. The tension between religion and science -- Max Weber and the tension between religion and science -- The harmony between science and Protestantism in America -- Religion and the theoretical and normative structure of scientific thought -- The maturation of American science -- The emerging tension between religion and science -- Revivalism, anti-intellectualism, and clerical decline -- Part III: The Oneida Community: A utopian resolution of the tension between religion and world -- 6. The theology of John Humphrey Noyes -- History, millennium, and utopia -- John Humphrey Noyes's new sacred history and the doctrine of perfect holiness -- The new covenant, and freedom from law and political order -- Perfectionism and economy -- Perfectionism, love, marriage, and the family -- 7. The Oneida Community: transcending the tensions between religion and world in practice -- The politics of consensus -- Transcending the tension between religion and sexuality -- Sex, love, and marriage at Oneida -- Sex and spiritual perfection: the Oneida sexual economy -- The status of women at the Oneida Community -- Children at the Oneida Community -- Economic life at the Oneida Community -- Science and education at the Oneida Community -- 8. The breakup of the Oneida Community: reemerging tensions between religion and world -- The interface of utopia and "extopia" -- Administration of the government of God -- The emerging conflict between science and religion -- Abandoning complex marriage -- Production, administration, and Oneida's economic ideology -- 9. Epilogue
Control code
10375451
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
181 pages
Isbn
9780870234361
Lccn
84000047
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)686626
Label
Religion, society, and utopia in nineteenth-century America, Ira L. Mandelker
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [163]-176
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Religious utopia and the tension between religion and world -- 1. Introduction -- Max Weber and the tension between religion and world -- Religious organization and the relationship between ideal and material interests -- The new sacred history: postmillennial progressivism and the unification of religion and world -- The tension between religion and world in nineteenth-century America and the Oneida Community's utopian experiment -- Part II: Protestantism and society in the United States -- 2. The tension between religion and economy -- The contradictions of Puritan colonial life: the jeremiad, "vocation," and economic activity -- The Puritan commonwealth vs. secular economic individualism -- The North's industrial explosion, 1790-1860 -- Juggling the Christian calling and laissez-faire political economy -- The second Great Awakening and the contradiction of "Christian" capitalism -- The economic ideology of John Humphrey Noyes -- 3. Religion and democracy -- American Protestantism and democracy: the convergence of ideals -- American Protestantism and democracy: antinomianism, revivalism, and the free individual -- Antimasonry: the democratic ideal fed with religious intensity -- Aristocracy and inequality in New York State: the tension between religious and democratic ideals and political life -- New York State politics and the religious undercurrent of democratic reform -- Democratic theocracy: the political thought of John Humphrey Noyes -- 4. The tension between religion and sex, women, and the family -- The tension between sex and religion: Puritanism's sexual ambivalence -- American Victorianism, revivalism, and the tension between sex and religion -- Religion, sex, and asociality -- Women's roles and the tension between religion and world -- Religion and the family: the tension between American Protestantism and secular social change -- 5. The tension between religion and science -- Max Weber and the tension between religion and science -- The harmony between science and Protestantism in America -- Religion and the theoretical and normative structure of scientific thought -- The maturation of American science -- The emerging tension between religion and science -- Revivalism, anti-intellectualism, and clerical decline -- Part III: The Oneida Community: A utopian resolution of the tension between religion and world -- 6. The theology of John Humphrey Noyes -- History, millennium, and utopia -- John Humphrey Noyes's new sacred history and the doctrine of perfect holiness -- The new covenant, and freedom from law and political order -- Perfectionism and economy -- Perfectionism, love, marriage, and the family -- 7. The Oneida Community: transcending the tensions between religion and world in practice -- The politics of consensus -- Transcending the tension between religion and sexuality -- Sex, love, and marriage at Oneida -- Sex and spiritual perfection: the Oneida sexual economy -- The status of women at the Oneida Community -- Children at the Oneida Community -- Economic life at the Oneida Community -- Science and education at the Oneida Community -- 8. The breakup of the Oneida Community: reemerging tensions between religion and world -- The interface of utopia and "extopia" -- Administration of the government of God -- The emerging conflict between science and religion -- Abandoning complex marriage -- Production, administration, and Oneida's economic ideology -- 9. Epilogue
Control code
10375451
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
181 pages
Isbn
9780870234361
Lccn
84000047
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)686626

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